A weekend trip to the Blue Ridge Mountains is sure to make for a relaxing and memorable trip to one of the state’s premier destinations.
The Blue Ridge National Scenic Byway (BRNSC) offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the Blue Mountains, the Appalachian Trail, and the state capital of Charleston, as well as the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCT) and the Blue River Trail.
The BRNSC also serves as a short drive from the capital of Columbia, as the Blue Creek State Park provides the scenic beauty of the river valley and the scenic scenery of South Carolinians beautiful coast.
In addition to the spectacular scenery and breathtaking views, there are plenty of activities that you can partake in during your Blue Ridge visit.
The most popular activities that are offered in the Blue Valley are camping, horseback riding, kayaking, bird watching, horse riding, fishing, hiking, and even the Blue Mountain Trail is a great option to explore this popular hiking trail.
If you’re planning to go hiking during your weekend, it’s always a good idea to pack out all your gear and make sure that you have all your water and snacks.
The Blue Ridge Wilderness Area is one of South Carolina’s most popular outdoor areas, with a variety of camping options available.
The Wilderness Area boasts over 20 campsites and can be accessed via the BRN SC from the Blue Spring Trailhead, as long as you have a car and a permit.
One of the most popular camping options is at the Blue Rock Campground, located just off the Blue Lake Trail.
This area offers a variety and can accommodate up to a dozen people, and is open year-round.
The area is open all year, but it is usually closed in the winter.
You can find out more about the Blue Rose Wilderness Area from the Park Service, but you’ll need to check out their website before you get there.
Once you’ve got your gear packed up, it is time to hit the trails!
The Blue River, Blue Mountain, and Blue Ridge Trail have a total of 14 loops, with the most famous being the Blue Pass Trail.
In addition to providing the best views of the Appalachian Mountains, it also offers great opportunities to explore the Blue Brook Canyon, and several other areas of the region.
There are many other hiking trails that can be found along the Blue Rim Trail.
If you want to enjoy some outdoor fun, there is a variety to choose from.
For example, there’s a number of camping sites and water and snack options, along with some great hiking opportunities.
If you’re interested in exploring the Blue Summit Trail, you can visit the Blue Hill Campground.
As for activities that will make you happy, you’ll find a variety throughout the Blue Range.
For instance, there have been several years of the Summer Festival, which is the state fair and has been held every year since it was first established in 1951.
The festival is a popular family activity that is always great for families, and includes a variety activities that range from horseback racing to a full day of shopping and entertainment.
While you’re not likely to be hiking all day, it will be a good time to catch some rays and relax in the shade.
A couple of the many things that you’ll want to do while visiting the Blue Ridges are:Visit the Blueberry Patch at Blue Spring and explore the area around the Blue Campground;Visit the Rock and Roll Museum at the Rock Ridge Trailhead;Visit one of Blue Ridge’s many waterfalls;Enjoy the Blue Moon Trail;Take a stroll on Blue Mountain;Explore the Blue Cliff Trail;Visit a favorite local watering hole; and Take a look at the many sights in the region, such as the famous Blue River.